Patrick has had a meteoric rise up the stand up comedy ladder. He has gone from open spot to headliner in an incredibly short length of time and is now a regular MC and headline stand up performer at the top London and UK comedy clubs including the prestigious Highlight circuit and the Comedy Store. In addition Patrick is now hugely in demand in front of camera due to his lovability and clean funny material. He is also very popular for TV studio audience warm up and has been resident warm up for Friday Night With Jonathan Ross (BBC1), The Paul O’Grady Show (Channel 4), Golden Balls (ITV), Strictly Come Dancing (BBC), Argumental (Dave) and The IT Crowd (Channel 4).
The Armstrong & Miller Show (BBC1)
Comedy Map of Britain (BBC)
Melvyn Bragg’s Travels In Written Britain (ITV)
Sorcerer’s Apprentice (CBBC)
Transmission (Channel 4)
The Paul O’Grady Show (Channel 4)
The 5 O’Clock Show (Channel 4)
The Scotsman said "a warmth that's unbeatable for getting audience onside... one of the smartest comics on the Fringe "
The Guardian said "the funniest show in Edinburgh"
London Evening Standard said "Tiggerish energy that could power the national grid"
Time Out said "He is simply the nicest person ever born"
Sunday Times said "High energy and conviction, his material is great; he's going to go far"
London Evening Standard said "This gifted livewire commands the stage with a mix of wit and force of personality"
Metro Magazine said "You might just want to smuggle him out under your coat...instantly loveable, wonderfully unique"
Chortle said "He offers a refreshing wave of irrepressible friendliness. Full of simmering excitability and a limitless energy that defies at least one law of thermodynamics, he greets the audience the way a sex-starved spaniel would a trouser leg."